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ea0059ep26 | Bone and calcium | SFEBES2018

A case report of severe recurrent hypercalcaemia due to Milk Alkali syndrome and immobilisation

Ghag Simran , Khan Inamullah , Lawrence Sarah , Banerjee Moulinath , Bharaj Harnovdeep Singh , Basu Ambar , Krishnan Simmi

Milk Alkali syndrome (MAS), a rare cause of hypercalcaemia, is reversible and caused by the ingestion of large amounts of calcium (Ca) and absorbable alkali. We report a case of MAS in a 37 year old female, admitted with Ca of 3.44 (2.15–2.62 nmol/l). Presenting complaints include 6 months history of worsening fatigue, thirst, polyuria, abdominal pain and a complex background of bipolar disorder, fibromyalgia, spina bifida, lumbar spine fusion and extremely limited mobili...